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  • Shame: How America's Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country | Shelby Steele

    Shame: How America's Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Shelby Steele
    • Narrated By Randall Bain
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    A prominent conservative scholar traces the post-1960s divisions between the Right and the Left, taking aim at liberals' victimization of African Americans and their failure to offer a viable way forward for American society. The United States today is hopelessly polarized; the political Right and Left have hardened into rigid and deeply antagonistic camps, preventing any sort of progress.

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  • A Bound Man: Why We Are Excited About Obama and Why He Can't Win | Shelby Steele

    A Bound Man: Why We Are Excited About Obama and Why He Can't Win

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Shelby Steele
    • Narrated By Richard Allen
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    From the New York Times best-selling and controversial author Shelby Steele comes an illuminating examination of the complex racial issues that confront presidential candidate Barack Obama in his race for the White House, a quest that will be one of those galvanizing occasions that forces a national dialogue on the current state of race relations in America.

  • Conservatism as Counterculture | Shelby Steele

    Conservatism as Counterculture

    • UNABRIDGED (16 mins)
    • By Shelby Steele
    • Narrated By Mark Ashby
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    I was recently invited to make some remarks at a charity dinner for a cause that I strongly support. The organizers worried that, because their cause affected only Third World nations, they would have a hard time raising money from an American audience. Localism, it seemed, in everything from farm produce to charity giving, was the new vogue. People wanted to see their dollars at work locally rather than watch them disappear into the coffers of some international organization. Could I help them make the case for international giving?

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